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... mine had risen to 5 and after iodine dropped to 3..... ... (5 replies)
... all the expensive, demoralizing, undignified, time consuming and agonizing treatment steps toward the possiblity of favorable resolution. ... (1 replies)

... Well, my husband saw the urologist yesterday and he just gave him a prescription for antibiotics and said that he had an infection that should have been dealt with at the first appointment instead of being given Flomax and freaking him out over a high PSA. I do agree with this. ... (2 replies)
... To answer your question, No dad never had PSA levels tested until after he got prostate cancer. He has always been a fit and healthy man and had not seen a doctor since 1957. He always said he never trusted them. ... (8 replies)
... I've only posted a couple of times, but the replies I have received have been very positive and helpful. ... (9 replies)
Apr 23, 2004
... t the end of the world either. Mens prostates become enlarged all the time and many times they will become enlarged on just one side and not both. ... (2 replies)
... Although I have not posted since my diagnosis in May 2006, I have been a regular reader of the blog and like to keep up with everyone's progress. ... (3 replies)
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... I'm not sure if this is the chicken and egg question about which came first but I do know this may help other suffers of Prostate infection. ... (5 replies)
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Jun 4, 2010
... Congratulations to you and your husband on his great news! It's time to celebrate! ... (4 replies)
... Keep up your questioning approach and keep learning! Hang in there! ... (16 replies)
... I agree with most everything Panthersfan said in the prior post with one major exception. From my own experience and many others I've known its far from clear that the incidence of side effects is so clearly in favor of radiation. ... (57 replies)
... tional risk factor in my case which Dr. Carter could or could not have picked up. I was a classic low risk, early stage, localised P.C. as far as could be known. PSA gradually rose from 3.6 to 4.6 over a year when a biopsy was advised and was 5.2 just prior to surgery four months later. ... (30 replies)
... was diagnosed with cancer well in feburary i think my dad got diagnosed, the lo and behold in april after a prostate biopsy i get the news i have cancer at 35 yrs of agewith a gleason score of 9........ ... (11 replies)
... My 82 year old dad has been treated by his urologist for an enlarged prostate for about 10 years. About 8 months ago, his PSA level rose to 8.5. ... (9 replies)
... I think laymen and professionals tell us that we have no need to rush into making decisions about treatment. I suppose the rate of an increase in the PSA would have caused me to feel some pressure to get on with the treatment, but I did not have that. ... (13 replies)

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